The Faerie Ring

The Faerie Ring

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The Faerie Ring by Kiki Hamilton is a young adult fantasy fiction novel that was originally published in September 2011. This is the first book in Hamilton's The Faerie Ring series. It is followed by The Torn Wing book published in 2012.
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  • Robert Payne
    Written on May 2, 2018
    "I really enjoyed this one and finished it fairly quickly. I enjoyed the characters."
  • Christian Rogers
    Written on April 4, 2018
    "I have read a lot of books with faeries and I think my favorite would have to be The Faerie Ring. This is a really good book and I couldn't put it down. Def better than some other ones I have read in the past so it was a breath of fresh air. "
  • Paul Lee
    Written on April 10, 2018
    "The Faerie Ring is a pretty good example of a twisted fairy tale. There's plenty of fantasy with a mix of historic non-fiction sprinkled in. It's relatively interesting and teenagers seem to love the series."
  • Betty Hansen
    Written on April 25, 2018
    "This fantasy is set in 1871 London. Tiki is an orphan who has been living on the street and picking pockets to take care of her new adoptive family. After narrowly escaping her latest victim by catching a ride on the back of a coach, she finds herself in Buckingham Palace. At first she just plans to steal some food from the abundance but she finds herself in a library and ends up taking a ring that was dropped on the floor. Tiki never expected that it was the ring that holds the truce between the human world and faerie. Everyone wants it. Some faeries want it to break the truce. The Queen's youngest son Leo wants it back because he is the one who took it from its safe place and lost it. Rieker also wants the ring. Rieker is another pickpocket who has been following Tiki around for quite a while. He is quite a mysterious character and Tiki isn't about to trust him with the safety of her family or the ring."
    Tiffany Newman
    Written on April 3, 2018
    "Fairytales are old and ingrained into our culture. The Faerie ring tackles stories about the fey in an interesting new light."
  • Bruce Perez
    Written on April 6, 2018
    "I love urban fantasy and 1870s London is a pleasant addition to the books I've already got taking place in modern Chicago and San Francisco. A teenage pickpocket stealing from Buckingham Palace felt a bit over-the-top but YA books tend toward more extreme circumstances so that's more a genre issue than one specific to this book."
  • Brittany Curtis
    Written on April 2, 2018
    "This is one of those books that you think is not going to grab your attention but when you start reading it you can't find reasons for to stop being so involved with the drama and characters."
  • Brenda Payne
    Written on April 3, 2018
    "This book is an interesting historical fantasy. The old London setting is a treat. Enjoyable story."
  • Ramón Hurtado
    Written on April 3, 2018
    "The Faerie ring builds slowly, but keeps you interested. The main and secondary characters are wonderfully fleshed out. This book is both entertaining and refreshing. "
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